Chapter 4: Electrostatics
Chapter - Section: 4-1 to 4-3 Topics: Charge and current distributions, Coulomb's law Highlights: Maxwell's Equations reduce to uncoupled electrostatics and magnetostatics when charges are either fixed in space or
Chapter 6: Maxwell's Equations for Time-Varying Fields
Chapter - Section: 6-1, 6-2 Topics: Faraday's law, stationary loop in changing magnetic field Highlights: Faraday's law EMF
Special Illustrations: Example 6-1 Example 6-2 CD-ROM Demo 6.
Design of combinational
systems: multi-level gate
In this chapter we present
Design of multilevel networks. Transformations to satisfy constraints,
such as number of gate inputs, network size, and network delay.
Design of networks with
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS, VOL. 38, NO. 7, JULY 1991
Proof of the Number of Independent Kirchhoff
Equations in an Electrical Circuit
Peter Feldmann, Student Member, IEEE and Ronald A. Rohrer, Fellow, IEEE
Abstract -This brief paper pre
Due on April 18
Professor Jalali's laser pointer is a class 2 laser, with a output power P = 1 mW at a wavelength
of = 650 nm. Assume the intensity profile is a fundamental Gaussian beam, whose beam waist
w0 = 1 mm.
What is the peak intens
Chapter 10: Satellite Communication Systems and Radar Sensors
Lesson #70 and 71
Chapter - Section: 10-1 to 10-4 Topics: Communication systems Highlights: Geosynchronous orbit Transponders, frequency allocations Power budgets Antennas
Lesson #72 and 73
The equivalent input noise power of optical amplifiers
Sin G, NF GSin input SNR N Nin Sin NF 1 ASE GSin output SNR GNin Nin GNin+NASE noisy GNin N ASE Nin=Pshot & NASE = PASE in our old notation .
Amplification increases the NF of the optical link Now
BB 172 Spring 2006 Midterm
Answer all questions.
Name: 1. (24 pts, 3pts for each)The intensity transmission of a Fabry-Perot cavity is found
[tram = (1~ R1 )(1 R2)
1 (1-JEEY +4\/RT1;sin2(kd)
reectivities of the mi